I have a large family and we need two rooms. How can I make sure that my kids and I have rooms that connect to each other?
- Asked by Jeff from NY on 4/24/2008
Last weekend I visited many resorts across WDW. At each resort I discussed with various managers the issues/questions they most commonly hear from guests. The most common issue mentioned (by far) was that guests, don’t always end up getting... read more
We are coming to WDW for the first time in mid October with our 6 yr old. Would you recommend the Boardwalk or the Beach Club to stay? Any suggestions on standard room locations? And are the pools heated at the resorts?
- Asked by Michael from SC on 1/28/2009
Hi MIchael! Although both Boardwalk and Beach Club are wonderful resorts that I have stayed in I would definitely recommend the Beach Club. The Stormalong Bay pool complex is one that stretches between the Beach Club and Yacht Club resorts and... read more
Erin thanks for your answer of my previous question. I've got 4 more quick questions. How much is valet service per day? How much do you tip the valet driver? How much do you tip bell service? And how much for mousekeeping? You guys are the absolute best.
- Asked by casey from FL on 7/18/2008
Tipping is a personal choice. So, this information below is just what works for me, other levels of tipping may work for other guests. OK, here goes...1. Prices can change, but valet parking is $10 per day at WDW. There are exceptions to this for... read more
I am having a real hard time deciding between staying at The Grand Floridian and The Beach Club. I have three kids and the monorail access is attractive, but so is the proximity to Epcot. This is my first time at Disney. Any advice?
- Asked by Jeff from NY on 1/8/2008
The Grand Floridian Resort and Spa and the Disney Beach Club both offer top-of-line experiences. I've stayed at them both several times and you really can't go wrong with either one. I'd say that the choice really depends on the ages and interests... read more
This well be everybody's first trip to Disney World. We are trying to decide between Pop Century & AK Lodge. My son is 9 & my daughter is 3! We are planning to return in the afternoon for naps. Also we are going a week before Christmas 08!
- Asked by jessica from TX on 2/1/2008
The Pop Century and the Animal Kingdom Lodge are very different hotels. The Pop has some cute "themeing" in the outdoor areas, but it really is a very basic value resort. The doors to the rooms open to the outside of the building, like at a... read more